Huawei Mate 50 Pro goes in for review

Huawei's Mate 50 Pro is at the top of the brand's flagship hierarchy for 2022 and has an interesting hardware mix as seen in high-end Mate models over the last few years. This is our unboxing and first impression of the Mate 50 Pro.

The Mate 50 Pro feels and looks premium. The leather-like material on the back is nice and soft to the touch and doesn't require a case. The aluminum frame and curves around the screen and back make the product feel great in the hand. Despite its 6.74-inch 120Hz OLED display, the Mate 50 Pro is easier to use with one hand than some competing flagships with similarly sized screens.

Interestingly, Huawei ditched the punch hole and used a notch - reminiscent of the one used on the Mate 20 Pro from 2018 although you do get the benefit of a 3D TOF biometric sensor. The screen is also protected by Huawei Kunlun Glass while the phone itself is IP68 dust and water resistant. What's in the box includes a clear silicone protective case, 66W charger and USB cable.

Cameras have traditionally been a strong point on Mare devices and this year's Mate 50 Pro features XMAGE imaging technology and a powerful 50MP wide variable aperture, 64MP periscope (3.5x optical zoom) and 13MP ultrawide setup. We'll make sure to pay extra attention to the camera during our review process.

Elsewhere, the Mate 50 Pro gets the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset albeit without 5G connectivity for obvious reasons. One of the great features - BDS-3 Satellite Message is unfortunately not available on our international variant. Stay tuned for our full review.

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